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#1 FisTheNewT

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Posted 10 July 2014 - 09:07 PM

Hey everyone just bought an 86 GL Hatchback in Denver.  New to Denver as well.  Been learning some stuff about how these work redoing an 83 GL wagon with my dad 13 hrs away but now I'm here and have questions.  If anyone can recommend a good suby mechanic especially maybe one that wouldn't mind letting me learn a bit along the way that would be AWESOME!!  Thanks so much!



#2 Houston505

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Posted 11 July 2014 - 06:48 PM

I'm a new Subaru owner as well, '92 Loyale Wagon, and from what I can gather they're fairly easy to work on yourself. I'm not too far from you here in Albuquerque and these states are perfect for Subaru's, plenty of places to put that 4WD to good use.






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